The fabulous fun and terrifying trials of raising a Tibetan Terrier puppy - twice.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Definition of relationship
the way in which two or more people or things are connected, or the state of being connected:the study will assess the relationship between unemployment and political attitudes
the state of being connected by blood or marriage:they can trace their relationship to a common ancestor
the way in which two or more people or groups regard and behave towards each other:the landlord-tenant relationshipshe was proud of her good relationship with the staff Relationship - the most over used dog training word EVER.
Independent, curious, highly intelligent,clever, mischievous, precocious, strong-minded, playful. Collected from various sources:
1 -Stubbornness. Tibetan Terriers have an independent mind of their own and can be stubborn and manipulative. You must show them, through absolute consistency, that you mean what you say.
2-Suspiciousness or timidity when not socialized enough.
3-"Separation anxiety" (destructiveness and barking) when left alone too much.
4-Lively and playful at times, yet also calm and low-key.
5-Makes a good watchdog but is not aggressive with people.
6-Most are amiable with other animals, though perhaps a bit bossy.
7- The Tibetan Terrier is very stubborn in general and must be shown from Day One that you are in control.
8-An athletic and agile sure-footed climber, and a clever problem-solver who often uses his paws with great adeptness to open doors and hold toys.
9- 1/3 Dog + 1/3 Cat + 1/3 Teenager = 1 Tibetan Terrier
10-Tibetan Terriers are family-oriented: they love to play games and participate in activities with their people.
Patience and a sense of humor are musts for the people of a Tibetan Terrier.